Posts Categorized: Inspiration
Font Inspiration for Your T-Shirt Designs
Graphic t-shirts are a forever-classic and designing your own doesn’t need to be overly complicated. We’ve gathered some of our favourite typography of late, to get you inspired before choosing that perfect font.
3 Tips for Selling On Instagram
Not only is it a great way to keep up with the latest food trends, Instagram has quickly become the most engaging social platform. Providing a great opportunity for small businesses and independent fashion, here’s our advice on using the platform to your advantage.
Our Favourite This Week: Yinka Ilori’s Vibrant Furniture
London-based designer, Yinka Ilori, is inspiring our colour palettes with a vibrant, fun, Nigerian take on each piece of furniture he creates. Here are some of the pieces we’ve been admiring this week.
5 Steps to Starting an Online Clothing Business
We know how daunting it can be to start a brand, you may have great ideas and loads of ambition, but where do you start? We’ve put together some advice to help you get going.
6 Best Tech T-Shirt Designs of 2017
The tech industry is well-versed in attending conferences and conventions. So it’s no surprise how many tech t-shirts we print each month. We put together a round-up of some of our favourite tech merchandise designs from this past year.
Our Favourite This Week: It’s Pop It’s Art Series
Posted November 15, 2017 by Tyler Gindraux & filed under Inspiration.
This week we stumbled upon some print inspiration with a series, titled ‘It’s Pop It’s Art’. Commissioned by Sony ATV as their first collection exploring song titles, the series re-imagines famous song lyrics into printed artworks.
Our Favourite This Week: STACK Magazines
Posted October 16, 2017 by Tyler Gindraux & filed under Inspiration.
Bringing independent print to readers around the world, Steve Watson has developed a service distributing high-quality magazines.
Our Favourite This Week: James Jarvis
London-based illustrator and artist James Jarvis has caught our attention this week, with his career’s work ranging from Nietzsche inspired philosophical sketches to playful, plastic cartoon toys. We had a look into some of Jarvis’ work and learned a bit about his approach to design.
Ground-breaking social entertainment brand Bounce are bringing ping pong to the forefront of nights out. We were contacted and asked us to print some t-shirts for their staff. We caught up with Bounce’s Marketing Manager Ryan Price to learn more about ping pong, printing and brand identity.
Brother Cycles T-shirts
Brother Cycles was formed in 2010 by brothers Will and James Meyer. The pair design, build and sell bespoke bike frames in their London studio. We were recently asked to print Brother’s new clothing range. With the brand expanding its offering, we chatted with Will about his brand’s identity, and how he hopes it will…Read More
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